Talk:Karl Rove

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The McCain 2000 allegation

I will not embarrass the editor who left on this article an allegation that Karl Rove had, during the 2000 US Presidential election, started a rumor, of dubious foundation, to the effect that John McCain had fathered an illegitimate child. I will merely cite this article[1] in which Karl Rove specifically denies having any part of such a rumor. The article quotes Rove:

That is absolutely not true, and I take offense....If you have any bit of evidence that anybody connected with the Bush campaign was involved in that, you bring it forward, because it is a reckless charge.
--TerryHTalk 17:23, 3 July 2007 (EDT)
Hey, I'm just writing the facts as I know them. Rove is celebrated for his push-polling and other shrewd tactics. You're free to refute them, of course. Kristkrispies 17:28, 3 July 2007 (EDT)
Still, I cannot and will not accept that last edit as friendly without a hard, trustworthy citation. The laws of libel govern this site, don't forget.--TerryHTalk 17:29, 3 July 2007 (EDT)
I don't deny that it needs a citation, but this site is relatively new and many articles that are entirely factual are yet unsourced. I was not aware of that denial, nor am I fighting the reversion. Kristkrispies 17:32, 3 July 2007 (EDT)

References

  1. Mooney, Alexander, and Yoon, Robert. "Rove responds to 2000 South Carolina campaign allegation." Cable News Network Online, March 16, 2007. Retrieved July 3, 2007.

RINO Backers

I'm creating a category to facilitate identification of false conservatives or "RINO Backers", who pay lip service to conservative principles but sometimes oppose the social conservatism. I can't add the relevant category, but perhaps somebody else would like to do it. The category to be added is: Category:Rino backers --TonySidaway 17:06, 7 September 2012 (EDT)

This entry seems to be locked--I had the same inclination. However, I would now like to add that as a result (?) of being a Rino Backer, Rove's superpacs had a 1% success rate. Although typical for some liberal media, they get the "facts" right (e.g. the 1% claim) but the reasoning wrong. See http://reporting.sunlightfoundation.com/2012/return_on_investment/
Rove isn't a fiscal conservative either, which his years in the White House and the big government supporting candidates he backs shows rather explicitly. Really he's not any kind of conservative. Sunlight Foundation is a liberal group from what I know about them, but a stopped clock can sometimes be right. On another note the sentence about Rove's honeymoon is TMI. Getting funded by casino owners is notable, but I don't think anyone wants to know about it. Jm920 23:13, 22 May 2013 (EDT)
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